With its steel blue-gray appearance and high levels of visible light transmittance, Solarban z75 low-e glass excels at controlling glare while offering superior solar control properties to support sustainable design. The result is a visible light transmittance (VLT) and a low solar heat gain coefficient (SHGC) that meets or exceeds competing architectural glasses with a similar aesthetic.
Following its proven performance on the international market, Solarban z75 glass was recently released for distribution in North America. Solarban z75 glass has a SHGC of 0.24 and VLT of 48 percent, which combine to yield a light-to-solar gain (LSG) ratio of 2.00 in a standard 1-inch insulating glass unit (IGU) with clear glass. These exceptional solar control characteristics make Solarban z75 glass an excellent choice for warmer climate zones with high cooling costs.
With interior reflectance levels below 10 percent, Solarban z75 glass provides building occupants with clear, natural outdoor views. Similarly, because of its neutral color, Solarban z75 glass harmonizes well with other clear and color-neutral solar control low-e glasses, such as Solarban 67 glass and Solarban R100 glass.
Review the Solarban z75 glass product data sheet for detailed performance data.
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